Joseph G. Pyne Arts Magnet School

Achieving Excellence


School Info

  • ARTS Behavior Code

    A-Always a Pyne Arts Student

    R-Respect Yourself and One Another

    T-Take Personal Responsibility

    S-Safe and Smart Choices



    145 Boylston Street, Lowell, MA 01852

    Tel: 978-937-7639
    Fax: 978-446-0942

    Principal: Mrs. Wendy Crocker-Roberge
    Asst. Principal: Mrs. Lori Lang

    Nurse: Mrs. Deb Conlon


    Early Bell: 8:40 (5-8), 9:10 (PreK-4)
    Tardy Bell: 8:55 (5-8), 9:25 (PreK-4)
    Dismissal Bell: 3:30

    Grades: PreK - 8
    Zone: City-Wide

Upcoming Events

School News & Announcements

  • Scholastic Summer Reading


    Students Can Log Their Summer Reading Minutes Now Using Clever By Clicking Here



    To Log-in, students will use the following information:

    Username: Student/Lunch ID (XXXXXX)

    Password: Birthdate (XXXXXX)




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    Generation Citizen

    Our 8th graders have been hard at work on two action civics projects this fall. One class decided to focus on rising teen suicide rates and the other worked on distracted driving (specifically texting while driving). Their goals are to increase the state budget for suicide awareness and prevention programs in school, and pass a hands-free phone law in Massachusetts. You will find the links to their PSA videos below.

    Please take a moment to watch and share for others to see.


    Pyne Arts Distracted Driving PSA

    Pyne Arts Rising Teen Suicide Rates PSA

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  • boxtops

    Please send in your Box Tops (mailbox in the front lobby). We have used the money earned from the Box Tops to pay for the RIF (Reading is Fundamental) program, which provides every student with a FREE book to keep.

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Pyne Arts Community News

  • It's officially tick season!

    The months of April through November represent tick season in Massachusetts. Some ticks, like the black-legged tick, known also as the deer tick, can carry harmful germs that can cause diseases such as Lyme disease and Powassan virus disease.

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